Speeches (Lines) for First Citizen
in "King John"

Total: 10

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

II,1,501

Who is it that hath warn'd us to the walls?

2

II,1,568

In brief, we are the king of England's subjects:
For him, and in his right, we hold this town.

3

II,1,571

That can we not; but he that proves the king,
To him will we prove loyal: till that time...

4

II,1,582

Till you compound whose right is worthiest,
We for the worthiest hold the right from both.

5

II,1,633

Heralds, from off our towers we might behold,
From first to last, the onset and retire...

6

II,1,673

The king of England; when we know the king.

7

II,1,678

A greater power then we denies all this;
And till it be undoubted, we do lock...

8

II,1,727

Hear us, great kings: vouchsafe awhile to stay,
And I shall show you peace and fair-faced league;...

9

II,1,734

That daughter there of Spain, the Lady Blanch,
Is niece to England: look upon the years...

10

II,1,792

Why answer not the double majesties
This friendly treaty of our threaten'd town?

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